1. Is it important to include your surname?

Is it important to include your surname?

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Asked on October 15, 2019 8:27 pm
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The fact is, your name is your name, and there is nothing wrong with that! The fact that 'they' took your name and made you into a merchant is unfortunate, but now that you are a merchant, and know how lex mercatoria works, you can operate in that system as an equal.

In the US....

by registering a baby's name with a Record of Live Birth, which in turn creates a Birth Certificate, a mother has unwittingly signed a contract giving her baby's name to be incorporated as a merchant. Global merchants use that child's identity to establish a trust fund, and the child's copy of the birth certificate is a trust indenture. There is a bond on that trust fund that is ledgered at the US Treasury, and it is backed by the birth certificate. This creates the collateral required for the government to "borrow" Federal Reserve notes based on the baby's future taxation, court fines etc.Now you have a Treasury Security that you are liable for as a tax payer.... and as a result, the global merchants profit throughout that child's life by holding him or her accountable in lex mercatoria.

The InPower Notice of Liability offers you, as a merchant, the means to correct this imbalance. By knowing how the world is run, and knowing how the game is played, you can stand on an equal footing with the global merchants.

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Answered on October 15, 2019 9:05 pm
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Yes, I thought this to be the case. The picture is finally becoming clear, there always seems to be a new factor that causes some doubt and confusion. On the Department of Internal Affairs website in New Zealand a notice was recently put up officially stating that there has been misinformation circulating online regarding birth certificates and due to many enquiries they want to make it clear that birth certificates have never been used as debt security or bonded in any way. There is always a part of you that thinks they would never lie so blatently even when there's evidence they have before and in fact the reserve bank of NZ currently states on their website that they are 100% owned by the NZ Government. I sense desperate attempts to try and hold the house of cards together, they know it's only a matter of time. That has to be the urgency behind the global 5G roll out. Thanks

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Answered on October 15, 2019 9:24 pm
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